Most of the time online dating works well.
Results are good, but it depends on how you measure success.
Finding your match.
This may not be the outcome you’d expected. Some dating sites are better than others. Finding your match is the key reason for joining in the first place.
It is widely thought that FREE Dating Sites are the worst performers, as the majority of members join just because it’s free, and are not really serious about the whole game.
There are also very expensive dating sites, where all sorts of Algorithms are used, at great cost to you, to find your perfect match.
Quite often that is money wasted. Better to target a reputable middle ground site that might cost £20 to £30 a month – you don’t need to pay more.
Making the experience work for you is largely down to you, yourself.
A dating site can keep providing a never-ending list of possible suitors. Many of whom don’t really suit at all.
It’s up to you to invest some time, even a lot of time, into sorting out the gold from the gravel, the time wasters from the too-good-to-be-trues and the good, the bad and the ugly.
The drop out rate can be high in many cases, so multi-task – it’s not tacky or unsavoury – it gives you a higher chance of meeting the one. Maybe the only one.
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